Harvest of adult Chinook salmon 24 or more inches in length in the upper Salmon River from the mouth of the Pahsimeroi River upstream to the posted boundary approximately 100 yards downstream of the weir and trap at the Sawtooth Fish Hatchery near Stanley will close at the end of fishing hours Sunday, July 5.
Angler surveys indicate that sport anglers will have harvested the sport fishery harvest share of hatchery Chinook salmon returning to the Sawtooth Fish Hatchery by 10 p.m. (MDT) Sunday, July 5.
Harvest of jack salmon (those under 24 inches) will continue to be allowed on upper Salmon River until further notice.
Anglers may harvest up to 4 adipose-clipped Chinook salmon under 24 inches per day on this river. Any salmon 24 inches or longer must be immediately released. Anglers harvesting four jacks in a day or having 12 jacks in possession must discontinue fishing.